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Where Sanibel Happens

The Community House is a unique and special place rich in history that has been serving both Sanibel and Captiva Islands since 1927. Operated by the Sanibel Community Association (SCA), we are a non-profit whose mission is "To enrich community spirit through educational, cultural, and social gatherings in our historic Community House."

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Sanibel Community Association Inc.  FEIN#59-1060466

ANNOUNCEMENT

2017 Shell Fair Raffle Tickets Are Now Available By Donation!

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Upcoming Events

  1. Shell Crafters

    January 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  2. Duplicate Bridge

    January 24 @ 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
  3. Sanibel Before the Causeway

    January 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  4. iPhone/iPad Basics with Eric Orkin

    January 25 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
  5. SCA Potluck

    January 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Get Involved!

Be part of an organization that supports our community with social events, classes and meetings.

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Learn New Skills

Come to our many classes and learn fun, new skills while connecting with other Islanders.

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Host Your Event

Our ballroom, meeting rooms and kitchen make the perfect island place to host your special event.

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Our History

The Community House has been serving Sanibel and Captiva Islands since 1927.

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Featured News

Creative Theater Workshop’s The Jungle Book Production Is Coming To The Community House

The Creative Theater Workshop (CTW), Inc. is a community based non-profit organization that encourages and promotes an interest in the theatrical arts by providing workshops and producing full-length musical productions in order to educate, entertain, and enrich the community. The program was started in the spring of 2006 by Michelle Hamstra, and since then it has […] Read more...

SCA Hires New Operations Manager & Facilities Coordinator

  Hillary Holian, our new Operations Manager, is a results oriented professional who recently became a Sanibel Island resident. Hillary worked for the City of New York in both the Giuliani and Bloomberg administrations. She was Chief of Staff at New York City’s Off Track Betting Corporation when OTB had more than $1 billion in annual […] Read more...

December 1958

Another Showing of Acclaimed Documentary Sanibel Before The Causeway Approaches

See vintage film clips from pre-causeway Sanibel! Proceeds help the Sanibel Community Association and The Community House. Jan. 24th, 2017, tickets are limited, purchase at Bailey’s or The Community House.

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Recent News

Creative Theater Workshop’s The Jungle Book Production Is Coming To The Community House

Jan 18, 2017

The Creative Theater Workshop (CTW), Inc. is a community based non-profit organization that encourages and promotes an interest in the theatrical arts by providing workshops and producing full-length musical productions in order to educate, entertain, and enrich the community. The program was started in the spring of 2006 by Michelle Hamstra, and since then it has […] Read more...

SCA Hires New Operations Manager & Facilities Coordinator

Jan 16, 2017

  Hillary Holian, our new Operations Manager, is a results oriented professional who recently became a Sanibel Island resident. Hillary worked for the City of New York in both the Giuliani and Bloomberg administrations. She was Chief of Staff at New York City’s Off Track Betting Corporation when OTB had more than $1 billion in annual […] Read more...

Mimie’s Jelly & Jam Class A Real Hit

Jan 16, 2017

The Kitchen Guild, a SanCap community group based around food and cooking recently held a class on jellies and jams. Here’s a peek into the happening from a Guild summary (e-mail to members that couldn’t attend, graciously provided by Salli Kirkland & Marge Meek) The kitchen at the House was just short of being usable, so […] Read more...